21-pages of new bikes in this week's MCN

21-pages of new bikes in this week's MCN

 

New MCN November 3: Honda CBR600F is back

By Liam Marsden -

General news

 02 November 2010 09:17

In this week's issue of MCN, on sale November 3, we have 21-pages of new bikes, including the Honda CBR600F, Honda Crossrunner 800 and Aprilia V4 Tuono

Plus, we ride Kawasaki's new practical sports bike - the Kawasaki Z1000SX.

Also in this week's MCN, we test Aprilia's S1000RR killer - the Aprilia RSV4 SE

What you'll find in the November 3 issue of Motorcycle News:

 




Honda Crossrunnner revealed
This is the new Honda Crossrunner - an 800cc V4-powered bike that combines the best of adventure bikes and naked bikes, according to Honda.

 

 

 

Official pictures from MV Agusta reveal the new 675cc MV Agusta F3, set for release next year.

Aprilia has revealed the finished Tuono V4R - essentially a 162bhp version of the RSV4 superbike without the fairing.

 

 




Honda CBR600F back after five years!
Honda has revived the much-loved CBR600F all-rounder which it dropped from its range in 2006.

 

 

 


Ducati Diavel finally breaks cover
After months of spy shots and leaked information both versions of the new Ducati Diavel have been revealed in fully finished form.

 

 

Kawasaki Z1000SX first ride
MCN's world first ride on the Kawasaki Z1000SX has proved that the Z1000-based sports bike is everything ageing sports bikes fans were hoping for.

 

 

 

New Aprilia RSV4 SE is BMW S1000RR killer
MotoGP and WSB-derived electronics like wheelie control and launch control make the new Aprilia RSV4 SE a BMW S1000RR killer and incredible track tool.

 

 

Now's the time to buy ex-demo
Now is the best time of year to pick up ex-demo bikes, as dealers are keen to offload test bikes before the bike-buying season tails off and models are superseded by the 2011 versions.

 

 

 

Guy Martin signs factory TT deal
In one of the biggest shocks of the close season so far, Guy Martin has signed for the Relentless by TAS Suzuki team.

 

 

Why Sykes can be WSB contender
Tom Sykes and his factory WSB team gave their clearest indication yet that they will be serious contenders in 2011 after an impressve three-day test.